Nothing in this world is free anymore, right? Wrong! Did you know there are thousands of free places to camp all over the world? All you have to do is know how to find and use them!
Planning a camping trip? Here are some valuable camping safety tips to think about before and during your camping trip. List of things to pack for safe camping as well as tips on campfire safety, pet safety, food and water safety are included.
If you are looking for an inexpensive family vacation try camping. This article offers tips for camping on a budget while still having fun. Get ready for outdoor adventure with a camping equipment list and instructions for making foil dinners.
Some of the most beautiful, scenic and natural sites to camp are also full of wildlife. If you play it safe, there is absolutely no reason not to camp in bear country.
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Staying warm while camping or sleeping in winter weather can be easy. Learn how to choose the right sleeping pad, sleeping bag, and clothing as well as some quick tricks to keep warm.
What food to pack for a camping trip, what to cook and eat that does not need refrigeration. Camp food should be easily portable and enough for hungry camper
Big Bend is tough, rugged, diverse, mostly untouched, a bit intimidating, yet inviting, hosting a variety of wildlife. It lets you escape from routine to the experiences of a lifetime.
Tent camping puts you in nature and that can mean insects, mosquitoes, flies, and bears that can make your camping trip unpleasant. Deter pests like bugs and bears by following simple camping rules.
Trying to keep children busy camping can be a challenge. Here are 5 activities for children to stay busy while camping.
Tent camping is a serious option when visiting Kruger National Park. It is relatively inexpensive and well catered for in all Camps in Kruger.
The Victorians introduced the idea of recreational camping as a healthy activity. Influential naturalists, the concept of leisure, and new technologies made the American camp out wildly popular.
A general comparison of the pros and cons of both tent camping and RVing that may help people decide which one they would prefer to do. Includes information about cost, labor and comfort differences between the two types of travel.